The New Deal Live at The Palladium on 2003-02-21
- Live concert
- The New Deal
E: Receiver > Jam > Separate Ways* > Receiver
* Journey Cover.
Location: Taper's Section, just right of SBD, ~ 10 ft. stand.
Patch, transfer, and encoding by Brad Leblanc. Thanks Dave!
- ~ 5 Second fades were applied to the beginning and end of the set using SF.
- Disc 1 and 2 combine together seamlessly, so disc breaks can occur anywhere if
you're unhappy with the above.
- Not being familiar with The New Deal's setlists or song titles, I just placed
my track splits wherever I found a noticable transition.
- This recording is a hell of a good one, Dave did a fantastic job. Enjoy!
- 2003-02-24 00:00:00
- Tascam DA-20 mkII > s/pdif > Midiman Delta DIO 2496 > Soundforge 4.5 [record] > CD Wave [splits] > shntool > mkwACT v.97b2 > .shn v3 [seek appended]
- Worcester, MA
- Taped by
- David Simon
- Transferred by
- Brad Leblanc
- The Palladium
Subject: Jeff Beck
Subject: I Feel Love...
Subject: 1st Juno?
Subject: Best show ever?
Subject: You Know What I Mean
Subject: Jeff Beck
Subject: First show, great show, what show?
Subject: do it
Subject: good show
Subject: Great stuff!
The jams are awesome, and like a previous poster said, it's so clear and polished, it sounds like it's a studio recording.
Great stuff, and I hope to see them live sometime.
Subject: Seperate ways
Subject: Been there, head THAT! But Be here NOW deal!
you all know what sound im talking bout. I am new to archive.org, and this is the reason right here. I can officailly say that my eardrums reverberated to these exact wavelengths at the worcester palladium. And what else can you say, there is nothing that will make you break your booty this hard than by experiencing the new deal. I say this sitting on my sore ass after coming from NYC Bowery ballroom shows 11/26/27/04 shows. And now what I must say is that I cannot qwait for them to get here, because what I first thought and read here is that this is the most downloaded TND show, and lots of people loved it. I loved it, it was my New DEAL heyday. They played techno beam, and the early versions of gone gone gone, which are way nmore intense than on the studio album!!! SO crowd driven!!! I saw Hartford a few nights before this, and it was a real debate which one was the primo of the two. Now I am certain that second night Bowery, 11/27/04 was he BEST TND show I have seen!!!. I predeict that it will both precede and surpass this show in both its energy and dancebility, and sound quality, as I was TOLd it was recorded DIGI off the main board!
I CAN't F'in WAIT YEAAAAAAHGGGHHHHAf!!
there is definitely a new song played both nights, very melodic and composed, but still F'in rockin' new deal. I can't wait for the new show, till the Middle East (great cambirdge venue! I love you!) sounded rockin' .
last words. bwow bw0w bwow bwow benuu bupbee naaaaaooowww!!!
Subject: this is the hot shit
Subject: Diggin it
Subject: WOOOOOO For Worcester
Subject: Great intro to the band
Subject: track listing?
Subject: excellent show
Subject: Correct the mis-info
> recomend finding a diff show with using a better mic(akg 391)
The c3000s's and the 390 series (with card or hypercard caps) are comparable in both sound quality and price ($600-$800 for a pair). They are both considered to be "mid range" microphones.
High end microphones would be Neumann KM140's or TLM170's, AKG 414's or 480's - and pretty much anything coming from Schoeps.
Subject: Sick Show
Subject: Great Show
Subject: tND in Wista
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